Sunday, July 31, 2016

Is God Testing You?

by Clint Byars
Forward Ministries

"God won't put more on your than you can handle."

Have you ever heard that?

Have you ever said that?

Do you believe that?

There's on major problem, that's not what that passage says.

No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it. 1 Corinthians 10:13 NIV

There are a couple of things to notice here:

It doesn't say God is putting anything on you
God provides a way out because he is faithful

Now read James 1:13

When tempted, no one should say, “God is tempting me.” For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone...

James tells us not to say that the temptation is from God. This is the same word from the previous passage that so many people misquote. The word "temptation" is also translated as tests and trials in other places. James tells to not blame tests and trials on God.

He goes on to say it's the good things that are from God. The world will pressure us with tribulation and we may suffer persecution for standing up for our faith but those are not things that God is doing to us, those are from the world and people.

No doubt you have been taught that God will create trials for you to develop patience or character or maturity. If you can go through something physical and gain something from God then you can boast in your own strength. Every fruit that God wants to develop in your life is spiritual and manifests through your heart. God doesn't give spiritual fruit as rewards for something you've done in your flesh, no matter how noble or outwardly holy it appears.

James is a bit like Elihu was to Job. Job had made incorrect statements about the character of God and blamed him for the loss he experienced. Elihu rebukes Job and his friends for concluding that Job is more loving than God. Then God himself shows up and says that Job didn't know what he was talking about when he said all those things and finally Job repents. That's a brief summation but I urge you to read the entire book of Job and realize that when Job repents, it's for everything he said, all the way back to the beginning of the book.

James comes in like Elihu to his audience and corrects them for all the complaining they're doing against God. This is evident in the rest of his letter because he deals with the tongue so much.

The good news is God is not our problem. God is our protector and our deliverer. He's the safe place and strong tower in which we take refuge, not the architect of everything terrible in our lives.

Listen to this free message in which I further elaborate on the ideas in this article.

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Inspiring Story of Freedom from Clinical Anxiety & Fear

There is hope for you! You don't have to stay stuck in fear and anxiety, you don't even have to stay stuck on medication to cope with your emotions. There is true freedom in the love of God. His peace is the answer.  Watch this video.

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Canine Communication & Kid Safety

by Dr. Jessica Vogelsang

In her inaugural post, our new vet expert contributes a fascinating, personal look at the various ways dogs communicate. We think even long-time pet parents will be surprised by some of the info, revealing that canines are constantly trying to tell us exactly what they’re thinking.

Understanding these concepts is especially vital to households with young children.

Read Dr. V's post now!

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Best Locations For A Bird Feeder

From Southern States

Eastern Male Bluebird at Heated Birdbath in Winter
To have a successful bird-feeding experience, you'll want to choose the best locations for your feeders. Finding the best spots requires a bit more consideration than you might expect. You'll want to think about the types of birds you want to attract and place feeders for the birds' maximum comfort and safety. You may also be able to "tweak" your landscape, making your backyard even more attractive to birds.

Read on for general recommendations, how to help birds avoid cats and other threats and how location can help prevent competition from the bird-feeding enthusiast's greatest nemesis—the squirrel.
General recommendations

Obviously, you'll want to place the feeders where you can view the birds. A location where you can easily access the feeders for cleaning, refilling and maintenance is ideal. To avoid unduly disturbing the birds, keep feeders away from areas where pets or children play.

When using multiple bird feeders, University of Florida wildlife specialists recommend placing them in various locations throughout your yard. Some birds prefer to feed near vegetative cover and some prefer feeding in more open areas; a diversity of locations will encourage a more diverse population of birds. In addition, multiple locations will help spread out the birds; if aggressive birds are crowding a particular feeder, less aggressive species will have a chance to feed at other locations.

Placing feeders at different heights will also help attract a variety of species. Audubon experts recommend low platform feeders for ground-feeding birds, hopper or tube feeders for shrub and treetop feeders and suet feeders located well off the ground for woodpeckers, nuthatches and chickadees.

For best results, place bird feeders at different heights throughout your yard.

Example of ground feeders:


Shrub/mid-height feeders include:


Examples of tree feeders:



Window collisions cause millions of bird deaths each year. Birds can see the outdoors reflected in windows and fly into them when startled. Male birds also may see themselves reflected in the window and attack, thinking they see a rival bird.

To help prevent this, you'll want to locate feeders either very close or far away from windows, especially large picture windows. Millikin University and Cornell University experts say moving bird feeders to within three feet of a window greatly reduces the number of fatal collisions associated with bird-feeding activities. Birds that take off as little as six feet from a window could be flying at top speed in a collision. Otherwise, place feeders away from windows or consider using decals to help birds see them better; Milikin experts recommend using several decals on large windows.
Cats and other predators

You'll want to place your feeders at least 15 feet from bushes or other cover. This is close enough to give birds an escape route if attacked from overhead by a predator bird. At the same time, 15 feet is enough distance to prevent cats from hiding in bushes and pouncing on birds at the feeder.

The common household cat may be the most serious predator of songbirds. Cats kill millions of birds every year. Merely placing a bell on a cat's collar won't prevent it from killing birds. University of Florida wildlife specialists recommend that you keep cats inside, or at least keep them inside in the mornings, when birds do most of their feeding. Don't feed stray cats and discourage them from lingering on your property.

Squirrels display an uncanny ability to find their way into bird feeders. Placing feeders at least 10 to 15 feet away from trees or limbs where squirrels could jump onto the feeders will help cut down on problems. In areas with a lot of squirrels, it's probably advisable to purchase squirrel-proof feeders or use a squirrel baffle on pole-mounted feeders. Note: If you store your bird food outside, use metal containers; squirrels can chew through plastic and wood.

Hummingbird feeders

Place hummingbird feeders in a shady spot to help the nectar solution from spoiling too quickly in the hot sun. Also, choose a spot that's not too windy to avoid spills.


You can modify your landscape to enhance the attractiveness of your feeder locations. A landscape with a diversity of plant species and heights will generally attract more birds than large swaths of open lawn. Plants provide cover, perches and nesting areas for birds. Ground-feeding birds may appreciate loosely stacked brush piles near feeders for cover. You may even consider converting part of your lawn to natural meadow grasses and plants or allowing parts of your land to go to natural vegetation, which will provide additional food and cover for birds. When planning landscaping projects, use plants native to your area.

In addition, a water source or birdbath will provide opportunities for birds to drink and bathe, and birdhouses may help attract many birds that will then eat at your feeders.

For more tips on landscaping and other questions about feeding your backyard feathered friends, consult your local Cooperative Extension service, feed supply store or chapter of the Audubon Society.


“Where to put Your Birdfeeder.” Accessed on the “All About Birds” Web site maintained by the staff of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Accessed May 10, 2010 at:

“Feeder Location.” Web page maintained by the National Audubon Society. Accessed May 10, 2010 at:

“Backyard Bird Feeding.” A Web page maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Accessed May 10, 2010 at:

“Prevent Bird-Window Collisions.” A Web site maintained by the National Bird-Feeding Society (NBFS) and Millikin University. Accessed May 10, 2010 at:

“Birdfeeders: What to Consider When Selecting.” Publication No. WEC 162. Mark E. Hostetler, Wildlife Extension Specialist and Assistant Professor, Dept. of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation; Martin B. Main, Associate Professor, Dept. of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation; Maena Voigt, graduate student, Dept. of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida. Accessed May 9, 2010 at:

“Feeding Wild Birds.” Publication No. 420-006. Peter T. Bromley and Aelred D. Geis. Virginia Cooperative Extension. Accessed May 9, 2010 at:

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What Is Your Heart Full Of?

by Clint Byars at Forward Ministries

Have you ever been taught that God used words to create the universe? And we're like him so our words are creative as well? That preaches well but it actually was God's spirit that created. His words reflected his beliefs and echoed what his spirit was doing. The same is true for us. Words aren't magic, they don't float out into the world and make things happen. But the intention and beliefs behind words change us and to some degree interact with the world around us.

Some sections of the body of Christ attempt to "say the right things" with no results and then blame God when things go wrong. Have you ever developed a "confession list" only to be disappointed when those confessions didn't manifest?

Ultimately you do get what you confess but the deeper truth is you manifest what you really believe, words are just a reflection. If you don't believe in your heart what you're saying/confessing you're actually reinforcing to your heart that you don't believe what you're saying and as a man thinks in his heart, so is he. Words alone do very little. For confession to produce the realities of God in our lives we must mix his promises in our hearts with faith and reflect that faith in our words.

When there is a conflict between your beliefs and your words, your beliefs will manifest and create confusion. Learn to get in touch with what you believe in your heart and replace those wrong beliefs with the truth as revealed in Jesus.

God still creates and builds us up by his spirit to this day. Our part is to get our words into agreement with what his spirit is doing. We know that his spirit is continually affirming that we're his children, his spirit is giving life to our physical bodies, his spirit is leading and guiding us into the practical application of truth and the list goes on. So when we look at the power of our words what we're truly dealing with are the beliefs of our heart.

Luke 6:45 NIV - A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.

The first half of James chapter 3 deals acutely with our tongue and our words. James knows the dominion of mankind and is seeking to encourage believers to use their words properly; for blessing and not cursing, for building up and not complaining, for maturity and not carelessness.

Proverbs 18:21 Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.

A better structuring of that sentence in modern day English looks like this, "You will eat the fruit of what your tongue loves to empower, whether it be life or death."

Yes, words are important. I want you to learn to pay attention to what you say in different situations because you will discover what you believe. Jesus said all things are possible to those who believe. If your words aren't reflecting this truth, don't just try to say the right thing, take some time to meditate on his promises until faith comes alive in your heart and you receive the grace to walk out the promises you say you believe.

Your mouth is speaking what your heart is full of. Listen to yourself and discover what you really believe.

I encourage you to take a little time to listen to this free message on taming your tongueTaming the Tongue audio

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Cortisol Secretion and the Adrenal Gland

The adrenals (which secrete coritsol) are known as the stress glands, but they are responsible for dozens of functions in the body. Two important things to remember when it comes to weight management are that the adrenal glands regulate the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, as well as produce fight or flight hormones.
Adrenaline is the hormone you feel rushing through your body after a near-miss accident on the highway, or when you thought the police car with its lights flashing behind you wanted you to pull over, only to zoom by for someone else.

When you merely think something is threatening you (an internal stressor) or something is threatening you that is externally driven, the adrenals prepare you for battle. When your adrenal glands are under constant stress they become exhausted, leading to adrenal imbalance.


Cortisol is a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands that maintains blood sugar, reduces inflammation, supports the immune system, maintains blood pressure, and regulates how our body uses stores of fuel sources.

Cortisol is low during relaxation; however, when activated by short bursts of stress it increases energy, heightens memory, maintains stable emotions, and lowers sensitivity to pain – all really great things when we are fending for our life in a fight or flight situation.

Problems with excess cortisol secretion occur when the body perceives frequent stress and cortisol levels increase in the body, staying high for too long. This results in:

loss of bone and muscle mass
thinning of skin
decreased ability to build protein
fluid retention
weakened immune response
spiking blood sugar levels
weight gain

Support for the Adrenals

Research shows that one reason to eat enough calories when dieting is that calorie restriction increases cortisol levels because the body regards “famine” as a threat. In addition, diets high in refined carbohydrates and low in protein also contribute to adrenal burnout, as does caffeine and alcohol.

So make sure you are getting adequate calories, and integrate one of the products below to support your adrenal glands if you experience ongoing stress in life.

Adrenal Fatigue Supplements

Adrenal Support is formulated with a unique adrenal glandular substance, along with a synergistic blend of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and adaptogenic herbs specially formulated to nourish and strengthen the adrenal glands and to promote glandular secretion.

One of the herbs in Adrenal Support is the adaptogenic herb, Licorice Root. Adaptogens help the body adapt to stress. The University of Maryland Medical Center website reports that in one study people took 900 mg of licorice root for 8 weeks and had decreases in body fat, body weight, and body mass index. Licorice is used to help nourish the adrenal glands and promote blood sugar balance. Its history is rich, and has used extensively in Chinese medicine to balance other herbs and promote vitality.

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Monday, July 11, 2016

The Skinny on Snot – What is Your Snot Telling You?

By Clint Hunter

This information is taken from our webinar “The Skinny on Snot” with Steven Horne, RH (AHG).

Let’s start by answering this question: what is mucus? Mucus is a thin, slippery secretion that coats mucus membranes. It is composed primarily of water with some glycoproteins to thicken it and make it slippery. Mucus also contains inorganic salts, antiseptic enzymes, immunoglobulins and proteins. Some of these compounds are part of the body’s infection-fighting system.

What Mucus Does

It forms a protective coating for the membranes of the respiratory and digestive tract. It also coats urogenital passages and is found in both the eyes and the ears. It protects these tissues from both particulate matter and infection.

Your Inner Skin

Mucus membranes can be thought of as your inner skin. Your body’s first line of defense is its protective barriers: Skin (approximately 2 sq. meters) and your Mucus Membranes (approximately 400 sq. meters). Mucus membranes are the largest surface area of the body and the most vulnerable. This is why mucus is so important that your body produces between one to one and a half liters per day.

Biological Terrain

Biological Terrain – The state of your body’s tissues. One of the easiest ways to see the biological terrain is to take a look at your respiratory membranes or inside your mouth. Herbs work best when applied to restore balance to the biological terrain. It’s easiest to understand biological terrain as it applies to the skin and mucus membranes because the signs of imbalance are more clearly seen.

There are three factors to look at when considering biological terrain. First, the temperature aspect (hot or cold). Hot means the tissue is irritated. It makes the tissue red and warmer in temperature. It is overactive. Cool is when the tissue becomes underactive, loses energy, pale in color. In between those is a pink tissue that has normal activity and is not overly warm or cool.

The second factor is moisture. Moisture has to do with the balance of fluids and solids in the body. Dampness is excess moisture, swollen. Dryness is deficient moisture, hardened mineral and tissue.

The last has to do with the tone of the tissues. When things become too constricted you have a blockage of flow (asthma, for example). Conversely, when tissues become too lax things tend to leak (bleeding, excessive drainage).

You can assess the biological terrain of the mucus membranes by examining:

Mucus drainage from sinuses (blow your nose and see what comes out).
Mucus coughed up from lungs
Coating on the tongue

Normal Mucus

Normal mucus is thin, clear and forms a light coating over all mucus membranes. In the respiratory passages there are hair-like projections called cilia. Cilia sweep mucus from the sinuses to the back of the throat (post-nasal drip) and from the lungs into the throat.

When you have an abundant amount of thin, watery mucus you may have an acute irritation. This means that body has encountered something that is irritating it and is actively trying to flush it away.

White Mucus

White mucus is the sign you are becoming congested. Mucus is thickening and not moving as easily. This can be an early sign of an infection or the result of dehydration. In TCM this is considered “cold” mucus or phlegm. The body is flushing an irritant, but the mucus is congested and is no longer flowing freely. This is a condition of dampness, congestion or stagnation.
Brown Mucus

Brown mucus could be dried blood, but more likely it’s dirt or other materials that got inhaled and trapped in the mucus. That’s your mucus membranes doing their job.

Yellow/Green Mucus

Yellow/Green mucus means white blood cells are at work fighting off an infection. The yellow color is due to spent white blood cells being carried off in the mucus. This is considered “hot” phlegm in TCM. Green snot is caused by the presence of large numbers of neutrophils, which contain a greenish-colored enzyme. This means the immune battle is more serious and the infection could be bacterial, instead of viral. This is also considered “hot” phlegm in TCM.

Red/Pink Mucus

If mucus is red or pink there is blood in the mucus. This means that there is minor bleeding from nasal membranes. It is typically the result of dryness (dehydration) and irritation, but can also be a sign of injury.

Black Mucus

Black mucus can be from smoking or drugs. Otherwise it is a sign of a serious fungal infection. This is a sign to see a doctor right away, if you aren’t already doing so.

Hardened Mucus

Hardened mucus occurs from mucus membranes being dried out due to smoking or dry air. This is a dry condition of the mucus membranes.

Deficient Mucus

Deficient Mucus is a sign of chronic lung problems, often due to smoking, or dehydration. This is a dry condition of the mucus membranes.

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What is the "Monarch Highway"?

From Monarch Joint Highway  

Monarch's Birth Into The World (see chrysalis beside)
Photo: Donna L. Watkins
Branded as the "Monarch Highway," this is an initiative launched in 2015 to create a multi-state partnership bringing together state transportation agencies and other partners along Interstate-35 (I-35) to catalyze conservation actions along the corridor and its neighboring communities that enhance habitat and engage people. The I-35 corridor, or the "Monarch Highway," runs along the central flyway of the monarch migration in the states of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.

This project aims to promote awareness of monarchs and other pollinators and assist individual state efforts to enhance vegetation management practices. The project hopes to serve as a national model for native pollinator habitat restoration along transportation byways through private sector and philanthropic enhancement of state and local activities.

This idea builds upon the past success of the 1995 Prairie Passage Route Partnership formed by the state departments of transportation along I-35. A number of these states remain national leaders in roadside integrated vegetation management and prairie restoration. Reinvigorating the focus on the I-35 corridor will facilitate concentrated regional coordination and action to make a visible difference in working landscapes and communities along the corridor.

The idea for a "Monarch Highway" partnership came from a federal strategy to promote the health of honey bees and other pollinators released in 2015. The strategy called for the idea of a "Monarch Highway" along I-35 and directed the U.S. Department of Transportation to work with state departments of transportation to promote pollinator-friendly practices and corridors.

Later in 2015, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and U.S. Department of Transportation organized a summit of state transportation leaders to advance regional and statewide efforts to promote and improve pollinator habitats on transportation rights-of-way, including the "Monarch Highway."

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Five Ways to Keep Your Pets Hydrated This Summer

From Aqua Virginia

As humans, we know that we need to drink clean water often, especially during the hot summer months. However, our pets don’t know how much water they should drink and depend on us to provide fresh and clean water for them. 

Since July is National Pet Hydration Awareness month, here are a few tips for keeping your pets happy and hydrated this summer.

Read the entire article.

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Friday, July 1, 2016

Receiving Is About Believing

Receiving is about Believing
Mark 11:22-23 NKJV 
By Cecil Paxton

So Jesus answered and said to them, "Have faith in God. For assuredly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, 'Be removed and be cast into the sea,' and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says.”

If you have fear in your heart you are believing the problem.

Jesus qualified receiving by saying “does not doubt in your heart.” If there is doubt in your heart you don’t fix the problem by looking at the problem. If you put your focus on yourself and all the problems while trying to bring change in the beliefs of your heart just the opposite will happen. What we think about has the potential of consuming our heart in developing our beliefs. If we dwell on the problem in trying to find the solution to the problem wrong beliefs will be established within our heart as the problem will come alive in the imagination of our heart.

The answer is discovered in the Promise not the Problem.

If you do not depend on the Holy Spirit you will by default automatically depend on yourself in trying to establish the truth of God’s Word within your heart. It is the person whose heart is consumed by the promise in God’s Word and who allows the Holy Spirit to teach them that truth who actually takes on the identity of that truth. It is the person that believes that receives the manifestation in this natural realm of the promise.

So what does it mean to believe? In the process of believing do you have the identity of the promise or are you just choosing to believe. Believing is more than just a choice where we choose to believe the Word of God. It involves our heart beliefs and believing from the heart.

Out of the abundance of the heart there is an image that is a reflection, the fruit, of what is actually on the inside of us. If your identity is established in the promise then you will reflect the promise as confidence in God comes out of our heart before we have time to think. It will be your initial response to a challenge or a symptom of a problem.

The promises are about Jesus.

If Jesus is your life then you will choose Jesus over yourself as you have learned that His life lives within you and Jesus is the access to all the promises that have already been given to you in Christ. (2 Corinthians 1:20) Speaking to a mountain is not a formula where you speak with authority to the mountain of your problem trying to make a problem go away. No, when in your heart you already have the revelation of your freedom in Christ then your heart will back up what your mouth is saying. Then with spoken words, the mountain will move because you see the mountain go on the inside of you before you see the manifestation in the natural realm when you command it to go.

As Ephesians 2:4 says “you are in Christ.” We have already at salvation been made alive in Christ and as Ephesians 1:3 says we now are already blessed with every spiritual blessing and we lack nothing. So walk in this truth where you see all of your needs already met in Christ to the place that you have no needs. All our problems belong to Jesus. Refuse to live in anxiety and choose Jesus over yourself and live in Him even as He lives in you.

Then speak to your problems commanding them to go as they belong to Jesus and not you. Bring receiving into the now where they are leaving right now. As the problems leave it will be because you were already free which is why you are experiencing freedom.

We are not healing until we are healed!

In our physical bodies when we experience healing it is because we are healed. We are not healing until we are healed! The problem loses its ability to stay as it is dead and no longer has life where it can live in the human body.

It is just the opposite of receiving healing through a human, a doctor, where if they help you and the problem goes then you are healed.

Receiving is about Jesus not us. So we are healed because the problem belongs to Him and the power of God destroys the problem, killing it. The result is we are healed and it can’t live as it has no life which is why we heal.

As a Christian, we think different than unbelievers. We are healed which is why we heal. An unbeliever heals until they are healed because it is all about them not about Jesus!

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Summer Time Vacations

Casa Del Prado Theater in Balboa Park

Summer time and vacations. We've been blessed with a lot of travel awards through being a distributor for Nature's Sunshine and it's incredible the beauty that's around the world. I don't know what dream trips you may have in your mind ... but maybe a few photo albums will give you some ideas.

La Jolla (San Diego area)

Seaport Village

Balboa Park

San Diego Miscellaneous

Common Moorhen Glistening with Water Droplets
Savannah River National Wildlife Refuge

Wandemunde, Germany

Helsinki, Finland

Tallin, Estonia

St. Petersburg, Russia

Maritime Provinces, Canada

Singapore and Cruise to
• Langkawi, Malaysia
• Phuket, Thailand

One of the places we visited on the Singapore trip was the Jurong Bird Park.

Marabou Stork Doing His Mating Dance
This is a Marabou Stork doing his mating dance. These guys are huge! They're large, long-legged, long-necked wading birds with a long, bare throat sac.

Considering they grow to approximately 59 inches (150 cm), it's quite an impressive sight. They weigh up to 20 pounds (9 kg) and feed on small mammals, fish, carrion, flamingos, baby crocodiles and insects.

They are found in marshes, fields and savannas throughout Africa and in some parts of Asia and Europe.

Prefer to stay and play in the USA?  Here's a link to albums in various states.

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Giraffes - The World's Tallest Animal

From National Geographic

I have a book called The Big Book of Animal Devotions.  I love it!  My sweet husband reads me 3 of them before I go to sleep.  We have learned a lot about the animal world.  Last night one of them was on giraffes.  I knew the giraffe was the tallest mammal, but didn't know how tall they really were.  

Another thing is that the babies are delivered standing up which is a drop of 5 feet and they will be running with mom in short order.  But that baby weighs 100 pounds at birth.  Imagine carrying around a 100 pound baby in your tummy!

Their legs are 6 feet long and they run at a top speed of 35 miles per hour.  WOW!

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